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Chapter 3. Text > Story Editor

Story Editor

Reading and editing text on-screen is never any fun, and it’s even worse when it’s that legal notice you set in 8-point Garamond Extra Condensed Light, and then reversed out of a dark background. Eyestrain is one of the occupational hazards of graphic design, and tiny, tinted text will usually require two of your preferred pain reliever. Sure, you can zoom in to read it more easily, but then you have to scroll around to see all the text. Isn’t there a way to view your text in a sane, responsible manner? There is—it’s called the Story Editor.

Story Editor opens the text of a story in a story window (as opposed to a layout window—we discussed the window types in Chapter 1, “Workspace”). To open a story window, select some text or a text frame and choose Edit in Story Editor from the Edit menu (or just press Command-Y/Ctrl-Y).


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